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We’ve been here in the past at this Sam Smith’s for an excellent cooked Sunday dinner, and friendly service. This time we were there on a Sunday evening and clearly no food was being served. The sun was still out so we sat outside initially...More
I can't recommend the Rose and Crown highly enough, me and the wife stayed two nights for our anniversary... The room was lovely, the staff all great, food excellent and the location is superb, just outside the city walls and only a short walk to...More
Nice to see this pub open again and under new management, hopefully this chap will last and get to put his stamp on the place! It's a Sam Smiths pub so doesn't have all the usual things for a village pub. What it does have...More
Didn't know what to expect at this quite little pub when we ordered our food, as we were just passing through ,couldn't have been happier when it arrived, home cooked, very tasty , the best liver onions and mash with fresh veg and , my...More
We were told of this pub by a local friend. What a delight to walk into a kind of Olde Worlde pub with immaculate highly polished wood floors, a well stocked spotless bar & an efficient female member of staff who was pleasant & polite....More
The newish landlord Dan is very affable and efficient, providing a cosy, oak panelled hostelry, with open fires, multiple rooms and fine beers. This is complimented by un-fussy, tasty food, prepared and presented in an equally no nonsense manner and at a price [under £8.00],...More